Tamil Nadu Chennai Coronavirus Live Updates: 5-day break for students from online classes from Sept 21 to 25
Tamil Nadu Chennai Coronavirus (Covid-19), Lockdown Latest News Live Updates: All the schools, including private institutions, will be monitored by block-level officers to check whether classes are conducted during these five days, School Education Minister K A Sengottaiyan said.
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Updated: September 21, 2020 11:38:15 am
With Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami's consent, online classes and telecast of video lessons on television channels will not be conducted from September 21 to 25", Sengottaiyan said.(SMT) .
Tamil Nadu Chennai Coronavirus News Live Updates: . In a respite to school students attending online classes in the state, the Tamil Nadu government has announced a five-day break from September 21 to reduce their stress and help them refresh.
School Education Minister K A Sengottaiyan had announced last week that a brief vacation has been planned for the school students to help reduce their stress. “On normal occasions, students are provided quarterly and half-yearly holidays. But due to the COVID-19 pandemic, schools had to switch to online mode of teaching. With Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami’s consent, online classes and telecast of video lessons on television channels will not be conducted from September 21 to 25,” he said.
All the schools, including private institutions, will be monitored by block-level officers to check whether classes are conducted during these five days, the Minister added. On the Centre’s standard operating procedures (SOP) for partial re-opening of schools for students of classes 9 to 12, Sengottaiyan said consultation would be done after the COVID-19 situation improves in Tamil Nadu.
Commissioner of School Education Sigy Thomas Vaidhyan wrote to all Chief Educational Officers (CEOs) in the state directing them not to compel students to attend online classes. Teachers have also been asked to ensure all students, who have been absent from online sessions, are suitably coached and brought on par with other students when the schools reopen.